About two hours before your bedtime, apply on your nails a base coat, followed by two coats of your favorite color, then a topcoat. If you get a little polish on your skin, do not fret. When you wake up and next take a shower, the thick nail polish will easily come off by just peeling or scraping it. This can give your manicure or pedicure the at-home touch up that you’re looking for.
By using lotion to moisturize your skin on a daily basis, you may be able to prevent ingrown hairs. After shaving, generously apply lotion to your skin; this should prevent painful ingrown hairs. Ingrown hairs can from when you have dry skin, and using lotion every day will work wonders. Lotion can also help heal ingrown hairs, in addition to preventing them. Regularly exfoliate your skin, especially your face. Exfoliate your dry or sensitive skin one, two or even three times weekly; less than that will cause you to lose the chance to expose flourishing skin under your top layer of skin. Exfoliating will let your face look more fresh and radiant, and will help to prevent oil and dirt buildup.
Eating healthy foods directly correlates with having healthy hair, skin and nails. Outer beauty radiates from inner health. Eat a diet that contains various nutrients. For healthy and strong nails, skin and hair, make sure to include lots of whole grains, zinc, iron and proteins in your meals. Try to rub the skin on your face as little as possible. This applies both to cleaning your face and applying products, and just rubbing your eyes or scratching an itchy spot. Your face will show age even faster if you rub it too much. Try patting your skin rather than rubbing it.
You can make a homemade, alcohol-free mouthwash using peppermint oil and purified water. Use one single drop of oil per every ounce of water. Boil the water first, then drop the oil into a ceramic container. Pour in the boiling water. Cover the container with a clean cloth (i.e. a handkerchief) and allow to cool. Decant into a bottle with a tightly fitting lid. Now you have your mouthwash.